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Post Office to offer fibre broadband for the first time

Sep 1st, 15:02 by

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The Post Office have announced that they’re set to offer fibre broadband packages to their customers for the very first time.

The provider, who currently serves a huge number of homes up and down the UK, previously only offered a basic but very affordable package simply titled unlimited broadband which offers download speeds of up to 17Mbps.

But from August 2017, Post Office customers will be able to choose between two other considerably quicker types of packages unlimited fibre broadband and unlimited fibre broadband plus which offer download speeds of up to 38Mbps and 76Mbps respectively.

All of their package are available on an eighteen-month contract and require you to pay a small upfront fee along with the standard monthly charge. They also all feature unlimited usage so you’re able to browse and download as much as you like and come with a free wi-fi router (although you’ll still need to pay for delivery).

On the accompanying phone line, customers can opt to add on evening and weekend calls, anytime calls, extra minutes to UK mobiles and any international calls providing they’re in the Post Office's list of top 40 countries which includs all of Europe, the US, Australia and China

The Post Office has been operating as a company ever since 1986 and the over the last couple of years they’ve earned a reputation for delivering quick, reliable broadband at excellently affordable prices.

Source: Cable

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